Journal of elementary education and curriculum Issue 9
2021-03-31 発行

小学校高学年における「話合い活動」での合意形成過程の実態 : 児童の発話内容・記述内容の分析を通して

Reality of Consensus Formation Process in “Discussion Activity” Among Upper Graders in Elementary School: Based on Analysis of Utterance/Description of Students
NOJI, Kanae
NISHIMURA, Yui
SHINTAKU, Yuko
WAKAMATSU, Misa
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abstract
The current study was conducted for elementary school 6th graders, aimed at clarifying the consensus formation process based on an analysis of their utterances/descriptions in various “Discussion Activities”. The utterance contents revealed that more than half of the students who participated in the “Discussion Activity” reached a consensus formation after repeated disconfirmation type and sharing type utterances, which are interactive dialogues with others. Meanwhile, the description contents revealed that most of the students who submitted to self-searching after the “Discussion Activity” followed a sharing process based on metacognitive activity (monitoring, verification, adjusting).
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本研究は,日本学術振興会科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C)課題番号18K02758:多様性に富む共生社会構築に向けた小学校用「多様性把握シート」の作成と活用(代表 若松昭彦)により行われた。
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小学校高学年
話合い活動
合意形成過程
Upper Graders in Elementary School
Discussion Activity
Consensus Formation Process
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